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LONDON, Ont. — After a lengthy wait, a Flying J travel plaza has opened its doors in London, Ont.

The new Hwy. 401 truckstop was originally slated to become Flying J’s first location in Canada; however, battles over zoning changes temporarily stalled the process.

In the three years since the process began, the U.S. travel plaza operator has already opened two other locations north of the border.

The Flying J includes diesel and gas pumps, showers, laundry, lounge, a restaurant, fast-food outlets and a convenience store.

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